Shipping nations join forces in surprise proposal ahead of new climate meeting

Shortly before decisive climate negotiations at the IMO, 15 major shipping nations, which have till now been divided in separate camps, have joined forces in a joint proposal for carbon reduction. These include Denmark and China.

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Several major shipping nations have, in a somewhat surprising move, formed a united front ahead of decisive climate negotiations at the IMO.

These nations include China, Denmark, Japan, Germany, Norway and Singapore. The countries have for a long time been divided into separate camps in terms of their preferred approach to reducing pollution from the shipping sector ahead of 2030.

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